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Blowback

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Chinese industry sends more than cheap consumer products to the United States

State Department: Pipeline poses minimal environmental threat

By Rob Holmes & Daniel James Devine
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Energy | The U.S. State Department released a long-awaited environmental report today that will help determine the destiny of the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline, a…

California bar: Disgraced journalist needs repentance, not law license

By Daniel James Devine
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Courts | Stephen Glass, the former New Republic reporter who fabricated more than 40 articles, lost a bid earlier this week to pursue his second career of choice: the…

Academy strips ‘Alone Yet Not Alone’ of its Oscar nomination

By Daniel James Devine
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Music | The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has rescinded its Oscar nomination of “Alone Yet Not Alone” for best original song, saying the composer…

Speed trap flap snares Baltimore officials

Speed trap flap snares Baltimore officials

By Daniel James Devine
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Government | City officials in Baltimore are playing defense after a newly leaked audit suggested the city’s speed cameras have issued thousands of erroneous tickets. On…

Testing morality

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Will safer and more sophisticated prenatal tests give parents a helpful heads-up, or prompt abortions?

Drowsy drug

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Scientists explain why a swine flu vaccine caused narcolepsy in Europe

9th Circuit: Constitution protects homosexual jurors

9th Circuit: Constitution protects homosexual jurors

By Daniel James Devine
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Courts | Gays and lesbians may not be removed from juries on the basis of their sexual orientation, a federal appeals court has ruled for the first time. On Tuesday a…

Obama won’t hang up on phone call metadata

By Daniel James Devine
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National Security | President proposes broad but moderate reforms to the nation’s electronic surveillance programs

NSA’s 21st century hacking tool: radio waves

NSA’s 21st century hacking tool: radio waves

By Daniel James Devine
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National Security | The intelligence agents known as “America’s codemakers and codebreakers” are so skilled these days they can hack into a computer physically disconnected…

Chinese couple seeks damages for forced abortion

By Daniel James Devine
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Abortion | Wu Yongyuan wants his government to pay up. Chinese officials owe his family compensation, he says, for forcing his wife to submit to an abortion while she…

Baby-saving gadgets

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Simple contraptions improve survival odds for poor babies born to adversity

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